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Mother Bruce the Grumpy Bear Storytime and Art Project!
In this one-time class, I will read the book Mother Bruce by Ryan T. Higgins and explore feelings, work on predictive problem solving, and complete a drawing related to the story.
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In this class we will read the book Mother Bruce by Ryan T. Higgins and discuss different feelings. We will also consider predictive problem/solution scenarios within the story and the meaning of fiction vs. non-fiction. We will also discuss the different character traits of the characters and what those mean. After the reading and discussion we will create a drawing related to the book. Students will be encouraged to participate and give their opinions on different aspects of the book as...
This class will help students understand the differences between a fiction and non-fiction story. They will also learn how to think ahead and predict potential outcomes using aspects of the story. Students will learn about different feelings based on what the characters are portraying to the reader and what those mean to their own personal feelings. They will be able to express themselves by drawing a character in the story using whatever medium they choose and verbalizing their work.
*Any white paper *Crayons or markers or pencils
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30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Those who laugh most, learn best!
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Hi! I love to teach classes that are fun and promote discussion and creativity. In all of my classes I mix critical thinking with out of the box thinking so that the kids learn something brand new! I find the best way to do this is by using books,...